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Showcase Cinema Manchester

Cinemas, Multiplex Greater Manchester


The Showcase Cinema Manchester offers cinema goers 14 screens from its venue in Belle Vue, just three miles from the city centre. Free parking is available, as is a games room, bar and other food and drink options.

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Venue name: Showcase Cinema Manchester
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Address: Hyde Road
Belle Vue
Manchester
M12 5AL
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